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10 Ways To Love Your Spouse When You're Not Together

Biola CMR - February 14, 2017

Relationships can be hard work, and today's statistics show that most couples only spend two and a half hours together per day. With that much time apart, is it possible to still foster your relationship? In today's blog, Ken and Trudi Berding share some practical ways to love your significant other amidst busy schedules and spending most of the day apart.


Are Your Words Rotten?

Tim Muehlhoff - February 7, 2017

Since words are powerful tools that can be used either for good or for harm, the Bible often talks about keeping our speech pure and wholesome. So how would you assess your own communication with others? In today's blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff shares about an experiment in his communication class where he demonstrated the importance of keeping our speech honest and upright.


Does Your Marriage Need a Good Workout?

Don & Alex Flecky - January 24, 2017

Every marriage will undoubtedly experience times of trouble and hardship, but how do you and your spouse overcome these periods of difficulty? In today's blog, guest authors Don and Alex Flecky explore eight practical ways to keep your relationship in shape. 


Doing Ministry Together: Priorities of a Good Family Life

John Hutchison - January 10, 2017

While doing ministry together as a family often brings many blessings, it can also bring stress.  If left unchecked, that stress can become detrimental to a family.  Guest bloggers, Dr. John and Leah Hutchison, have been in ministry for over 40 years.  In today's blog post, they share some practical ways they've protected their family and home from unnecessary stress.


Out with the Old and In with the New: A Hope-Filled Reflection for the New Year

Chris Grace - December 27, 2016

The Bible says God has already begun the work of making things new, but why do we so often miss it?  As we enter a new year with our hopes and dreams, Dr. Chris Grace reminds us of God’s promises and the hope we have in Him.


5 Ways to Manage Christmas Stress

Tim Muehlhoff - December 20, 2016

Christmas is a time for remembering the grace and love of God through the gift of His son. Christmas is also a time for gathering together with family. Whether it's due to broken relationships or societal pressure of an ideal Christmas celebration, family gatherings can be stressful. In this blog post, Dr. Tim Muelhoff gives 5 practical ways to manage the stress of family gatherings, while remembering the grace and love God makes available to us.


The Tapestry of Marriage

Rolane Boersma - December 6, 2016

Oftentimes word pictures can be helpful tools when thinking about life and marriage. In today's blog, guest blogger Rolane Boersma discusses how a man and a woman form a new entity when they weave their lives together in the beautiful tapestry of marriage. 


What Does an Attitude of Gratitude Look Like?

Alisa Grace - November 22, 2016

As the holiday season quickly approaches, a common phrase that often gets thrown around in the Christian community is "have an attitude of gratitude". Is that you? Read Alisa Grace's latest blog for an exercise in self-reflection for the holidays. 

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